Evangelist Nathan Morris to hold meetings in Hull and Newcastle

A British evangelist who shot to fame after holding a nine-month revival in America is holding meetings in the UK next month.

Nathan Morris, who runs Shake The Nations Ministries, ran the Bay of the Holy Spirit Revival in Mobile, Alabama, alongside Pastor John Kilpatrick and worship leader Lydia Stanley.

The Revival, which lasted from July 2010 until April this year, saw thousands travel from all over the world and there were reports of many notable miracles.

Now, former drug user Morris, who hails from south Yorkshire, is back in Britain, preaching at New Life Church in Hull from September 16 to 18 and Bethshan Church, Newcastle, from September 23 to 25.

Large numbers are expected to travel from all parts of the UK to attend the meetings.

Morris, 32, recently tweeted: “Join with me in prayer that God will pour out His Spirit in the upcoming UK meetings.”

The preacher converted to Christianity in 2002 and testifies that he immediately stopped taking drugs.

He said: “I knew straight away that God was calling me. He said He had a work for me to do. I was scared and was crying my eyes out and trembling.

"God literally came into the room and set me free. People say you shouldn’t dwell on experiences, but when Almighty God comes down and touches a human being, you better believe it’s an experience.

“I’d touched every drug there is and was bound by my lifestyle, but Jesus Christ came and washed me.”

Morris’ ministry, which is based near Sheffield, says it has witnessed more than 100,000 people make decisions for Christ since it was formed in 2006.

It holds large gospel campaigns across African and India as well as running services in America and the UK.
For more visit www.shakethenations.com

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